It Comes at Night


Horror / Mystery

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 88%
IMDb Rating 6.2 10 68,548


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June 19, 2019


Carmen Ejogo as Katrina Ridgeway
Joel Edgerton as Billy
Riley Keough as Grace
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669.43 MB
23.976 fps
91 min
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91 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Farzan Sewani 7 / 10 / 10

Well exectued psychological thriller

I felt compelled to write a review for this film after seeing how terrible all the other user reviews of this film are. Many of the points made in the negative reviews aren't wrong in fact, but fail realize where the true merit in this film lies. It's overwhelming clearly that many who disliked this film are disappointed because they came in with some sort of expectations based in genre. This film doesn't succeed because of any reliance on cheap monster gags or jump scares, but rather relies on story of its characters to imbue tension and value to this film.

Reviewed by Pjtaylor-96-138044 10 / 10 / 10

This taut, tense and gripping post-apocalyptic thriller has been misjudged by most audiences.

This taut, tense and gripping post-apocalyptic thriller has sadly been misjudged by most audiences mainly due to its misleading marketing, which billed it as a more typical horror film when an argument could be made it doesn't even occupy that genre, and yet 'It Comes At Night (2017)' is easily one of the most affecting and interesting films of the year despite its generally slower pacing and the lull in action during the second act. It's a layered and enigmatic feature which refreshingly boasts almost no exposition and answers only a handful of its questions, a piece which uses its ominous score and unsettling visuals to create its relentlessly bleak atmosphere, a movie in which the unnervingly mundane is broken up with explosive fits of painful violence that shake you to your core. The film-making is on fine form here, with long takes comprised of complex camera work and fantastic framing that effortlessly create a growing sense of unease, and even something as simple as the aspect-ratio is used to great effect, the black bars literally creeping into the frame during the movie's surrealist dream sequences (that may or may not start to bleed into reality) to create a claustrophobic sense of entrapment and subtle subconscious dread. All this adds up to an experience that sets itself apart from almost everything else in its genre, one that gets under your skin and leaves you thinking about it for days. It's truly great stuff, even though I would've liked the pulse-pounding and heart-breaking ending to perhaps be a little more ambiguous, that represents smart and inspired film-making done right. 9/10

Reviewed by kosmasp 10 / 10 / 10


Let's be clear about it: this is not a straight horror movie. It is a movie that builds on mood and characters. Especially the former, because a lot of things will go on in your head. If you get into it (and the movie dares you too, so no pun intended), there is a lot to discover. There are a lot of metaphors, there are a lot of interpretations of certain things. And there is the superb acting. Even when a character does something that easily qualifies as "stupid" (and I would call that out in any other movie too), there are reasons behind the behaviour ... or you can think of some without the movie losing any of its touch or it powerful impact. This does not answer many questions, which may make it a no go for some viewers from the start. If you like a challenge though and a movie that is smart and scary and confident in what it portrays, this is a must watch! It was one of my highlights of 2017. Watch it and cherish the slow paced burning and all the revelations that come in hand ...

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